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Universal Newsreels
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1) Armed Forces Day at AFB in Michigan features new Redstone missile; Scorpion attack plane fires rockets at old B-17 in Florida; crash landing of jet on USS Essex, pilot rescued by helicopter (2) "France Digs In for Total Algerian War" - 400,000 French troops pinned down by guerilla attacks - armed depots dot Algeria landscape (3) 4 survivng Dionne quints open flower shop in Ottawa (4) hospital workers carry small pagers (5) Preakness horse race won by Fabius, not Needles who had won...
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Community Video
by GM Fonseca
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The University of Helsinki hosted a performance of the Sema, or whirling dervish ceremony. This film documents the evening including; music, singing, whirling, and food.
Topics: whirling dervish, finland, helsinki, fonseca
Short Format Films
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In this educational short "Mr.LSD" explains what horrible things he can do to the human mind
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Topics: Short, Documentary
FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
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National Archives and Records Administration The Mind - Benders: LSD and the Hallucinogens http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExecuteRelatedOrganizationSearch?id=1170209&relationship=AD_CREATOR The Mind - Benders: Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and the Hallucinogens, ca. 1970. ARC Identifier 13260 / Local Identifier 88.6. This film explores the history of hallucinogenic drugs, and specifically the effects and therapeutic uses of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). Combining graphics that...
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Topics: archives.gov, public.resource.org
Prelinger Archives
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Provides a trip to the New York World's Fair of 1965, showing the various activities at the fair.
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Community Video
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Children riding the whip-fast carousel in Prospect Park on a sunny day.
Prelinger Archives
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Shows graphically how one should check his bike for mechanical soundness and how to keep it in good running condition. Pictures a boy and a girl demonstrating the importance of knowing the correct bicycle rules and regulations before riding in traffic and how to ride safely.
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blip.tv
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Special highlighting some of the artists on Chicago's Highwheel Records. Airiel - Sugar Crystals. Bang! Bang! - What We Need. Arks - The Center Of All Things. Walking Bicycles - Sympathy. highwheelrecords.com
Prelinger Archives
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Topics: need keyword, Stag
Prelinger Archives
by Universal-International Newsreel
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Palo Alto, California: Models in swimsuits gyrate on Bongo Boards. Newsreel story. ca. 1950s
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Topics: Newsreels, Gender roles, Stunts
German Cinema from Lutz Mommartz
by Lutz Mommartz
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A few frames of a wind turbine are mounted in many changing variations so that the movement recoils right before completion. (Lutz Mommartz)
Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema
Prelinger Archives
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FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
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National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 38689, LI 208.60 - FARM WORK IS WAR WORK - DVD Copied by J. Williams. 1942? Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Overseas Operations Branch. New York Office. News and Features Bureau. (12/17/1942 - 09/15/1945). Dramatizes a youth's experiences with the Volunteer Land Corps. A boy goes to work on a farm but quits after several unpleasant experiences. He learns of the Corps and eventually takes another job, where he enjoys...
Topics: archives.gov, public.resource.org
Short Format Films
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How the New Deal benefits African Americans. This version is prepared from the holdings of the National Archives. It is higher quality than the version in the Prelinger Collection as the source was 35mm with substantially less scratches and dirt. It does appear to be a bit dark, and perhaps loses some detail as a result. NAIL: 69.6 ARC: 12322
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Topics: African Americans, Great Depression
Ourmedia
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a video mrmultiple2 and audio by PLACEBO.
Community Video
by Stephan van der Palen
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This is a time lapse movie i made from 1691 images of the clouds above Europe as seen from the Meteosat satelite. The stills are made with an infrared camera so at night the clouds are also visible. I grabbed the pictures from http://meteosat.e-technik.uni-ulm.de The time range is from dec 01 2004 to Jan 27 2005 and except for the first part of the movie each frame skips half an hour in time. There also are some gaps in time because those pictures where not available. I stitched the stills into...
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Topics: time lapse, PhotoLapse, Stephan van der Palen
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Academic Film Archive of North America
by Thomas G. Smith
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Tom Smith headed up the Special Effects team at Industrial Light & Magic, where he created all the goodies for the 'Star Wars' films. This is his academic film masterwork, which took over a year to create, over 13 weeks to film, and utilized "traveling mattes," with as many as five separate films running in the background, showcasing wonderful models and graphics. About the making of the film, Tom Smith writes: "I made that film in 1976 with Richard Basehart as narrator and a...
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Topics: space, universe, Industrial Light and Magic, ILM
PoohBot Pictures
by PoohBot Pictures
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WATCH THIS IN THE DARK! We car camped at our friend's wilderness land in the Mendocino County mountains. (See also: day fun film .) Todd realized the shower's peak coincided with a new (no) moon so we went to try to see meteors and catch some on film! We have 4 time lapses. We used a Canon EOS-30D 8MP camera on a tripod, "slaved" via USB2.0 to a Sony VAIO laptop. When batteries croaked, we used an inverter to the cigarette lighter 8-). WATCH THIS IN THE DARK! Pictures: Each shot on...
Topics: time-lapse, mendocino, meteors, stars, milky way
blip.tv
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Watch this video and others like it in hi-res at SCVTV.comUp to the Minute at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Soaring Over Mars: MRO (Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter) - Viking: Mars Trailblazer- What's Up for June- Animation: Orion to the Moon- Mission Log: GALEX (Galaxy Evolution Explorer)- Mira: A Real Shooting Star (GALEX)- Fires of Galactic Youth (GALEX) Channel 20 Run Date: June 6, 2009
NASA Images
by NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC-Caltech)
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This animation illustrates the process of triggered star formation. First, a massive star in its final death throes explodes or "goes supernova," shooting a shock wave through surrounding clouds of gas and dust. Next, the shock wave compresses the gas and dust, gravity kicks in, and finally, a new wave of stars is born. The whole progression, from the death of one star to the birth of others, takes millions of years to complete.
Source: http://sscws1.ipac.caltech.edu/Imagegallery/image.php?image_name=ssc2004-04v2